22 November 2017, Brussels. At the first congress of the European Federation of Origin Wines, EFOW (www.efow.eu) held in Brussels today, participants reflected on the performance of the European wine sector and in particular of Geographical Indication (GI) wines over
Brussels, 11 October 2017. EFOW, the European Federation of Origin Wines (www.efow.eu), took part to the first G7 of Geographical Indications (GI) which took place in Bergamo (Italy) on 11 October 2017. In presence of the Italian Minister of Agriculture,
What do you think of the 19th edition of VinExpo? Vinexpo is a fair with specificities which makes it unmissable. It may be less business oriented than other wine fairs, but its ambience on and off site gives it a
On 4 April Eurostat published an article stating that in the EU in 2015 there were “2.4 million holdings cultivating 3.2 million hectares of vineyards”. The document underlines the fact that 2.5 million hectares of vineyards were dedicated to producing
The European wine sector in figures: In terms of value, the EU wine sector exports € 10 billion within the EU, € 9.8 billion outside the EU and contributes € 7.2 billion to the EU trade balance. The sector generates
Maintaining the specificity of the wine sector, preparing the CAP post-2020, protecting GIs at the international level… In 2017, the European federation of origin wines (EFOW) will be on the forefront to defend wine appellations. With a particularity for this
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The European Commission has begun work to align EU wine regulations with the Lisbon Treaty. Professionals are complaining about the method and fear specific rules that apply to the sector will be called into question. What is the European Parliament’s position